Andrew Foxall, director of the Russia studies centre at The Henry Jackson Society, says the EU is likely to extend and toughen its Russian sanctions and discusses next week's NATO meeting.» Read More
Bruno Del Ama, CEO of Global X Funds, says social media is one of the fastest-growing segments in global capital markets and advises how best to invest in the space.
Manuela Mesco, reporter at the Wall Street Journal, discusses the bidding war between Telefonica and Telecom Italia for Vivendi's Brazilian assets and says Vivendi seems to have no preference at the moment.
Tina Fordham, chief global political analyst at Citi, says that investors are right to disregard geopolitics for now but that the world is heading into a "very different environment" that will last "for a long time".
David Rees, emerging markets economist at Capital Economics, discusses the Venezuelan economy and says that President Maduro shows no signs of implementing the reforms that are needed.
Tony Webber, managing director at Webber Quantitative Consulting, discusses Qantas following the release of the group's earnings and says the international business remains "poor".
David Marsh, managing director and co-founder at OMFIF, says the euro zone is heading towards "Japanese-style deflation" and that Germany is facing a "crunch period".
Richard Champion, CIO at Sanlam Private Investments, says that all assets look "on the expensive side" at the moment and discusses how best to invest.
MacNeil Curry, head of global tehcnical strategy at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, says there is further upside for the S&P 500 over the course of the next few weeks.
Brian Nagel, senior equity research analyst at Oppenheimer & Co., discusses Tiffany's ahead of earnings and says there¿s further upside for the stock.
John Wonfor, global head of tax at BDO International, says the Canadian tax system is a lot more competitive than in the U.S. - especially regarding the repatriation of overseas profits
Brad McMillan, chief investment officer at Commonwealth Financial Network, , discusses U.S. markets after the S&P 500 closed at an all-time high.
Steen Jakobsen, chief economist at Saxo Bank, says he is now selling the U.S. dollar, arguing that the currency has peaked as both a trade and reserve currency.
Nicholas Spiro, managing director at Spiro Sovereign Strategy, says there's been a "notable shift" in the Russia-Ukraine crisis as Kiev is now under increasing pressure to negotiate with separatists.
Stephen Cohen, chief investment strategist at iShares EMEA, says quantitative easing from the ECB would not make that big a difference on euro zone yields but would push risk assets higher.
Matthew McCormick, principal and portfolio manager at Bahl & Gaynor, says "story stocks" have driven U.S. markets higher and that it may be time to take some profits on them.
John Silvia, chief economist at Wells Fargo, discusses the U.S. economy and the labor market and says it could take several years for the country's structural unemployment to work itself out.
Curt Custard, head of global investment solutions at UBS Global Asset Management, says that there are a lot of structural reasons for the demand for bonds to be strong over the medium-term.
Oliver Lamb, managing director at Ailevon Pacific Aviation Consulting, discusses Air China ahead of the group's earnings and says that the airline is facing a "perfect storm" right now.
Mattias Westman, founding partner at Prosperity Capital Management, says a breakthrough is unlikely to happen at the talks between Putin and Poroshenko and discusses Germany's position.
Douglas Webber, professor of political science at INSEAD, comments on the political crisis is France and explains why President Hollande would survive a confidence vote.